Gasabo is a district (akarere) in Kigali Province, Rwanda. Its capital is at Kacyiru, a village on the outskirts of the Kigali urban area. The district also includes large areas of the city itself, including Kacyiru, Remera, Nyarutarama and Kimihurura.
The district occupies the northern half of Kigali province, which had its boundaries extended under local government reorganisation in 2006. Gasabo includes major suburbs of Kigali, sections of a ring of hills which surround the city, and some villages to the north and east of those. Rwanda's wealthiest area, Nyarutarama is also in the district, as are the office of the president (in Kacyiru) and most of the ministries.
Gasabo district is divided into 15 sectors (imirenge): Bumbogo, Gatsata, Jali, Gikomero, Gisozi, Jabana, Kinyinya, Ndera, Nduba, Rusororo, Rutunga, Kacyiru, Kimihurura, Kimironko and Remera.
This is the map which contains those 15 Sectors of Gasabo District